The beginning of the pandemic was certainly wild. These are some of the craziest headlines from the peak of the COVID pandemic. Do you remember these?

Many are looking back at the start of the COVID pandemic. It might be hard to believe, but it's now been four years since the world shut down.

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As we've been looking back at the peak of the pandemic, we stumbled on some of the craziest headlines. Do you remember these?

Craziest COVID Headlines From The Peak Of The COVID Pandemic


COVID In New York: The Craziest Headlines From The Start Of COVID

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Timeline: Key Moments Of COVID Pandemic In New York

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Around March 11, 2020, the world shut down because of COVID-19. Let's look back on key dates during the peak of the pandemic.

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